| Nagaland, India|
| 120,000 (2001 census)|
Phom is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Phom people of Nagaland, northeastern India. Phom is spoken in 36 villages of Longleng subdivision, Tuensang District, northeastern Nagaland (Ethnologue).
Phom language Wikipedia
Alternate names for Phom include Assiringia, Chingmengu, Phom, Phon, Tamlu, and Tamlu Naga (Ethnologue).
A large part of the vocabulary of Phom is inherited from proto-Sino-Tibetan.